Confrontation Analysis

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It is so easy to say that it will get done. It is so easy to say that there is time to do it.Confrontation is almost always avoided if possible. If a choice of confrontation is given justification for an alternative will come. Confrontation does not have to involve another person though, Sometimes it is a responsibility that needs to be confronted. The stress of a deadline leads to procrastination, but this does not relieve stress. The deadline catches up, and regret sinks in. Once I had no cares in the world, I would partake in this habit regularly. The ninth grade was a realization for me. A realization that I could not do this anymore, it will not work anymore. It was a project assigned months before, the teacher had given explicit warning…show more content…
I had to pick 10 things to do out of a list of 20 and each one seemed like it should take at least a day to complete. I spent at least an hour just letting how much of a mistake I had made with putting this project off sink in. It was unfathomable. I could not handle the stress that fell on me. After all the time letting myself deal with my naivety of myself for the past months I had to pick out whatever 10 would be the easiest. I had picked the ten that I would do, but then I had to actually do it. The 10 things I had to do were not by any means easy, despite the fact that I picked the 10 easiest. I was supposed to hang out with my friends that saturday night. I was looking forward to it all week. I had to tell them that there was not any way I could come. I had another get together planned on sunday with another group of friends. It was not long before they knew I could not make it there either. I did not want to bail out of everyone, but there was no other choice. The sheer amount of work had cleared my agenda for the whole…show more content…
I had been told in the past that the most effective way to get work done is to have scheduled breaks that act as something to look forward to. This method seemed promising and would help me keep my sanity throughout all the work. I started it with thirty minutes of work and fifteen minutes of down time. The first task I was to do was started around 3:00 p.m. that day. There were hours that passed before it was done, by 6:00 p.m. when I finished it I knew that three hours per task was not sustainable and I had to change the times to forty minutes working and a ten minute break. The second task proved to be even more time consuming than the first. The sun was down outside my window, the deadline wouldn’t change. I decided that my grade was more important than my temporary mental health. I made a regrettable choice that sleep is outweighed by an assignment. The sun came back up, and down yet again, but I still had work to do. It was around 2:00 a.m. that it all started to catch up to me. I started working slower. I started feeling dizzy when I stood up for a glass of water. I felt my eyes shutting on their own. I couldn’t take much more, but I had
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